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  1. Posted by evildevil364, at Reply

    Republicans are literally scum, why do people still vote these shills in?

    • Posted by sbc383zz, at Reply

      Another reich-wing FOX/GOPee traitor.

  2. Posted by sara, at Reply

    So america how free are you feeling right now?

    • Posted by blistified, at Reply

      get on your knees and tell me you love me

  3. Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

    These are the clowns you put into power, conservatards.

    • Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

      Affliction66 6 Two replies in a row…keep crying snowflake

    • Posted by Affliction66 6, at Reply

      Elpresador’s Race Card aww did we lose the argument…

    • Posted by Elpresador's Race Card, at Reply

      Affliction66 6 You sound super upset lol

  4. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    so you blind Americans of all ethnicities still think we’re free? we may not be north Korea, China, Russia, Iraq etc, but we sure in the hell aren’t free……we just have a looong leash!

    • Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

      +Zachary Xavier That’s not what a said!

    • Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

      +Wayne Sullivan​ it’s not about having nothing to hide! We have a government that has a history of taking more and more of our freedoms away, and when we remain silent…… They take more!

  5. Posted by cne08, at Reply

    “Land of the free” right America?

    • Posted by Coma White, at Reply

      spoder man doesn’t get out much. He hasn’t seen other countries. He’s too busy on TYT threads everyday from his mothers trailer.

    • Posted by David .Caley, at Reply

      what shithole countries– democracies say what you like but do what you’re told–now get in you’re corner and stay there

  6. Posted by Zombie Inc, at Reply

    LAND OF THE FREE… my saggy ballsack.

    • Posted by Infinite Sheldon, at Reply

      “Free” is just another word for ‘Socialism’. Republicans only use the word “freedom” (etc) in an ironic context.

  7. Posted by Y2K, at Reply

    How doesn’t anyone realize that this is a blatant violation of the 4th amendment? Constitutionalists, I thought you were all for preserving the constitution…

    • Posted by Jrsydvl2003, at Reply

      Y2K Just the 2nd Ammendment, for white people.

  8. Posted by Kathy S, at Reply

    Will this include monitoring us if we comment on a foreign youtube channel or online news site.

    • Posted by Lemon Girl, at Reply

      Kathy S or buy hair from china????

    • Posted by Kathy S, at Reply

      Exactly – Lemon Girl. Will any foreign contact give them free reign to spy on all of us.

  9. Posted by Sprax, at Reply

    Should of NEVER EVER EVER EVER EVER allowed the Patriot Act to happen. Once you give somebody control, they’re just going to keep reaching.

    • Posted by Germaine Hascall, at Reply

      Fun Fact: Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.) was the only senator who voted against the Patriot Act in 2001. We should all buy this guy a beer. Then elect him President.

  10. Posted by Eater 999, at Reply

    Because my aunt from Canada might be a terrorist.

  11. Posted by Mike P, at Reply

    What does violating the fourth amendment do to stop the bad guys?

    • Posted by Mike P, at Reply

      Umm I still have my job, no one has taken it. You sound a little wacky.

  12. Posted by CLureCo, at Reply

    Hey “oathkeepers”, three percenters,………..what about that FOURTH AMENDMENT??!!??

    • Posted by Blancobull, at Reply

      No Congress is bound by the decisions of the previous one. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Everyone should be a lawyer imo.

    • Posted by Blancobull, at Reply

      “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” –Thomas Jefferson to Charles Yancey, 1816. ME 14:384

  13. Posted by Jayne Davis, at Reply

    America is slowly but surely tuning into 1984

    • Posted by Blancobull, at Reply

      I would assume, with “project paperclip” and all of those Nazi patriots, there is probably a significant number now in government. One would figure. Remember, the USA doesn’t make mistakes.

    • Posted by Colonel 100, at Reply

      all thanks to the party of small government

  14. Posted by Whatever, at Reply

    Relax people! We are still living in an era where the aristocracy still rules. This will end if we fight back.

    • Posted by Edje pé, at Reply

      yeah… but then again, that sofa and some fast food, does seem to be more important to average joe 😉
      soooo… unless the fight in the US can be conducted via PS4… it wont happen bro

  15. Posted by Bill Quagsire, at Reply

    I love how Americans are all about freedom and choice, yet they do not fight for the right causes. The most hypocritical seems to be coincidentally majoritarily Republicans too.

    • Posted by Colarado comrade, at Reply

      we do have more freedom than some places that’s for sure… buttttttt….if you stand in a parking lot to long here the cops will roll up.. if you hang out in front your house to long they slow roll. if you have bumper stickers or look a way they don’t agree with they pull you over and search ya, or just simply will harass and then prbly laugh about how they fucked with some hippies when they drink beer with their dumbass backwards friends. if ya walk alone at night they will pull ya over. if ya drive out of Colorado and your not there type they will search ya, I’ve never left this state and not had police encounters. if ya grow more than 6 natural plants they will raid ya. if ya live in non “sanctuaries” and your friends look like hippies or are a certain color they watch ya. if you state that you don’t support spending all this money on military and prison, they state you are unAmerican and get aggressive..if your homeless and it’s 2 degrees and u break one of the many abandoned houses covered in gang graffiti(capitalism) so you don’t die your getting arrested.. gotta love this freedom, maybe we should go start some wars and spread it around the world..

  16. Posted by Jungmin Kim, at Reply

    The NSA is a terrorist organization.

    • Posted by Coco Buff, at Reply

      They’re also the number 1 employer of mathematicians in the US. If you have some math skills, why settle for 50k/yr teaching middle school when you can land an NSA job?

  17. Posted by Clayton Brown, at Reply

    Republicans are anti freedom

    • Posted by Darwin Was Right, at Reply

      Well Obama illegally spied on everyone for almost a decade, got caught at least twice. Obama also prosecuted more whistle blowers and leakers than any other administration (trying to hide their illegal activity). At least it’s being debated at the senate now. Years ago they would have secret courts sign off on this nonsense. Hopefully the senate can shoot it down

  18. Posted by Justin Norton, at Reply

    Trump and Republicans want to turn America into Russia. They are killing our democracy and taking away our freedom. It seems like corporations have more rights then civilians. We should be more fearful of Trump and Republicans then radicalized Muslims. Trump and his goons have done more damage to America and to Americans then terrorists. Trump is the terrorist.

    • Posted by Alex D., at Reply

      russia would have to speed up just to get to the kind of police state the US was 20 years ago. But since the US and other western countries are increasing their police state with light speed, russia will never be able to catch up. And dont forget, unlike in the US in russia there are actually parts, where islamist terrorists are fought against with the military, and they still are far away from the american kind police state

    • Posted by Colarado comrade, at Reply

      Justin Norton straight up. white redneck “Christian” terrorism

  19. Posted by John Johnson, at Reply

    and Trumptards don’t care because dumb rednecks don’t know anyone abroad.

    • Posted by Alex D., at Reply

      wouldnt you want to know when some american is speaking to a russian?

    • Posted by James Oxford, at Reply

      gmail (and many other communication mediums) purposely route data across country lines so that it can be intercepted; bounce a message off a server in the UK and suddenly its international communication. People have no idea how much of their privacy has been given up and the way it already actively effects your life.

    • Posted by rencrow, at Reply

      They don’t know anyone outside their town let alone their state.

    • Posted by Stryker A. Wolfe, at Reply

      +James Oxford That’s why I always use fake identities online like this one and many others. I haven’t used my real identity online since Windows Vista lol.

  20. Posted by Will Wright, at Reply

    NSA throws out terms like ‘meta’ data because they know the average person doesn’t understand what that means! “Meta Data” is the ENTIRE’ document. To read the document one would simply decode the document using Unicode standard. Each region has their separate Unicode. For the North American region, UTF-8 is the Unicode. So if you’re speaking to a foreigner they would simply use the Unicode from North America and the Unicode from the other region and gain full access to your ‘ENTIRE’ conversation!

    • Posted by Will Wright, at Reply

      Hitchhiking Vagabond No one is paranoid here! I’m pointing out ‘TRUTH’ which seems not to be a priority to people these days! Just like the 4th Amendment! They are clearly without question violating the law! And a lot smarter people than me know it! The public should mad as hell.

    • Posted by Iry Hor, at Reply

      The NSA did not give the public a nonsensical term called “data about data”. This is a term used by the IT world and outside any spy agency to describe the attributes of data. You said: “The Fact Remains “METADATA” is the ‘UNREADABLE ENTIRE DOCUMENT’! ” If you mean its a part of the entire packet being transmitted, then yes, i would agree with that. Also, you say: “The Unicode is the binary information 0,1 that enables the ‘DATA’ to be translated into text!”. I think a more coherent explanation would be to say its the numbers that represent letters and other characters, etc…like the characters of the alphabet. My thing is, even with NSA surveillance, they still need to capture the packets, and how would they decrypt them to read the data? The surveillance is not as intrusive and easy as you may think.

    • Posted by Will Wright, at Reply

      Iry Hor First and foremost, If anyone in the IT world uses the term “Data about Data” in the context of the NSA Spying and violating the 4th Amendment is being dishonest and flat out lying! Secondly, in order to ‘Humanly Analyze’ the information, it must be decoded to readable form. There is no other way for human beings to accurately read without decoding. For Example, there has only been 1 case of an Artistic boy able to calculate floating point binary up to the 15th degree(Don’t quote me because it’s either 13 or 15 I forget) But my point is even he would be incapable of analyzing all the ‘Data’ from a single Document. In it’s coded form.The NSA would simply use UTF-8 standard code for North America.

    • Posted by Will Wright, at Reply

      Iry Hor For Example when you buy a New Computer especially with Apple. The Setup ask for you to input the region in which you live! Because the software is designed to Use the Unicode for the region you’re in! That is how the website no what language to show to the user!